On Wednesday, Ball lobbed an inbounds pass off the backboard, which Williamson finished with a two-handed dunk:
"That wasn't the best pass, but you saw what [Williamson] did with it," Ball said afterward, per ESPN's Andrew Lopez. "It's really hard to throw him a bad lob."
To Ball's point, the 2019 No. 1 overall pick has already become synonymous with jaw-dropping dunks. If anything, Wednesday's slam was on the modest side of what he's capable of doing.
"I've seen highlights," Brandon Ingram, who came to the Pelicans with Ball and Josh Hart in June as part of the Los Angeles Lakers' package for Anthony Davis, added. "I've seen pretty much everything from him, so I don't think anything more is gonna amaze me unless he just puts it between his legs twice or something."
Ball had an impressive day of camp outside of his lob to Williamson. The 21-year-old point guard sunk nine three-pointers in a row, which is encouraging after his 2018-19 campaign ended prematurely in L.A. because of an ankle sprain he suffered on Jan. 19:
Before New Orleans opened training camp Tuesday, Williamson was at the center of a separate viral moment at Monday's media day:
Based on everything Williamson has displayed so far, it would seem that the 6'7", 285-pound phenomenon will only help the Pelicans' postseason odds.